Symptoms when microbiome was taken

Sample:

Restricted to following Symptoms

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Only statistically significant patterns are shown below. There must be 20 or more reports of a symptom to be listed. The number in each Quartile are expected to be the same. Observed for these conditions is shown. This data is recomputed constantly, sometimes an item will disappear and then reappear when it is close to the threshold.

Note: We are not detecting is there is a LINEAR pattern, we are detecting a pattern (which could be the result of complex interaction and quorum sensing).

Current Selections

Has

Does Not Have

Post-exertional malaise: Muscle fatigue after mild physical activity

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Dividing data into 4 buckets

πŸ™…πŸ» is your sample value. If none show on the row, your value was zero
Indicates your value match This was found significant statistically You have zero and very low values are significant. "πŸ’₯" - Match "πŸ—»" - Significant Value "πŸ™…πŸ»" - Your Value

Rank Bacteria People Expected in each group P Value 25%ile 50%ile 75%ile 100%ile
genus Anaerococcus 52 13 0.0213711278646058 5 11 16 🗻 20
species Bacteroides coprocola 21 5.25 0.0431497242539015 2 2 8 🗻 9
species Bacteroides sp. 35AE37 36 9 0.0251721399769511 4 6 🗻 16 10
species Blautia glucerasea 30 7.5 0.0301905141197878 4 4 🗻 14 8
family Clostridiaceae 98 24.5 0.0109779496664462 18 🗻 35 30 15
family Corynebacteriaceae 63 15.75 0.0379370362592693 10 10 21 🗻 22
species Dialister propionicifaciens 31 7.75 0.0310565553542336 1 8 🗻 12 10
species Dorea formicigenerans 85 21.25 0.035110115675981 🗻 28 10 24 23
genus Eggerthella 73 18.25 0.0123334674138347 11 13 20 🗻 29
species Eggerthella lenta 66 16.5 0.0359864991841322 10 12 19 🗻 25
species Faecalibacterium prausnitzii 91 22.75 0.00137375331629207 26 🗻 34 8 23
species Faecalibacterium sp. canine oral taxon 147 61 15.25 0.0153851722773804 🗻 22 21 10 8
family Leuconostocaceae 28 7 0.0211576681477014 🗻 12 4 10 2
genus Marvinbryantia 65 16.25 0.0244193373957173 13 8 20 🗻 24
genus Mogibacterium 67 16.75 0.0062951300286777 11 10 18 🗻 28
family Peptoniphilaceae 50 12.5 0.00490343124839016 8 7 12 🗻 23
species Peptoniphilus lacrimalis 29 7.25 0.0266628804713823 4 4 7 🗻 14
genus Porphyromonas 48 12 0.0100534444728365 8 8 10 🗻 22
species Prevotella buccalis 41 10.25 0.0286493048724135 6 14 5 🗻 16
order Tissierellales 51 12.75 0.00801278242598284 8 8 12 🗻 23
class Tissierellia 50 12.5 0.00422346365868636 9 6 12 🗻 23

The Eureka PValues is about 0.00143472022955524 because we have 348 bacteria examined.

Dividing data into 8 buckets

πŸ™…πŸ» is your sample value. If none show on the row, your value was zero
Indicates your value match This was found significant statistically You have zero and very low values are significant. "πŸ’₯" - Match "πŸ—»" - Significant Value "πŸ™…πŸ»" - Your Value

Rank Bacteria People Expected in each group P Value 12%ile 25%ile 37%ile 50%ile 62%ile 75%ile 87%ile 100%ile
genus Eggerthella 73 9.12 0.0116647672306421 5 6 5 8 10 10 🗻 20 9
species Eggerthella lenta 66 8.25 0.0179918803999913 4 6 5 7 11 7 🗻 18 8
species Faecalibacterium prausnitzii 91 11.38 0.00418074634745058 14 12 🗻 19 15 3 4 8 16
species Faecalibacterium sp. canine oral taxon 147 61 7.62 0.0208580148926043 12 10 🗻 15 6 6 4 5 3
genus Gordonibacter 58 7.25 0.0126080624448682 4 9 4 7 4 10 4 🗻 16
species Gordonibacter pamelaeae 48 6 0.00556968307294557 2 7 4 5 3 10 3 🗻 14
genus Marvinbryantia 65 8.12 0.0201657357876451 7 6 4 4 🗻 15 5 14 10
genus Mogibacterium 67 8.38 0.030017580860449 7 4 6 4 12 6 13 🗻 15
family Peptoniphilaceae 50 6.25 0.0325731007128509 3 5 6 1 6 6 🗻 12 11
genus Porphyromonas 48 6 0.0153687165911639 2 6 7 1 3 7 10 🗻 12
species Prevotella buccalis 41 5.12 0.00157620623624605 0 6 7 7 4 1 3 🗻 13
class Tissierellia 50 6.25 0.0181865688600682 4 5 6 0 6 6 10 🗻 13

The Eureka PValues is about 0.00143472022955524 because we have 348 bacteria examined.

Dividing data into 16 buckets

πŸ™…πŸ» is your sample value. If none show on the row, your value was zero
Indicates your value match This was found significant statistically You have zero and very low values are significant. "πŸ’₯" - Match "πŸ—»" - Significant Value "πŸ™…πŸ»" - Your Value

Rank Bacteria People Expected in each group P Value 6%ile 12%ile 18%ile 25%ile 31%ile 37%ile 43%ile 50%ile 56%ile 62%ile 68%ile 75%ile 81%ile 87%ile 93%ile 100%ile
class Bacilli 97 6.06 0.0429485488879527 6 8 7 6 4 4 1 8 6 🗻 13 8 1 6 3 5 11
species Faecalibacterium prausnitzii 91 5.69 0.0236511668611008 🗻 11 3 5 7 9 10 7 8 1 2 2 2 5 3 7 9

The Eureka PValues is about 0.00143472022955524 because we have 348 bacteria examined.

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Explanation

Warning: By random chance, 5% (PValue 0.05) are likely to be reported. So if 1000 bacteria are checked with none having a true relationship, 50 will likely be reported as "0.05 significant" (5% of 1000).
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